AllRecipes.com, Food.com and Prevention magazine provide easy recipes for leftover pork. Stew, stir-fry, casserole, quesadillas and kebabs are good examples of the many ways to serve leftover pork roast, chops or steak.
AllRecipes.com offers a recipe for pork roast sautéed with onions and mushrooms. Milk, butter and flour create a gravy, which is flavored with tomato sauce, brown sugar and lemon juice. This recipe requires 15 minutes of preparation time and an hour and 15 minutes of cooking time. It pairs with pasta or rice.
Food.com provides a sauce recipe that combines sautéed onion and garlic with white wine, tomato sauce and chicken bouillon. The sauce warms leftover pork tenderloin and accompanies wild rice. This recipe assembles quickly, with only 20 minutes of time needed. Food.com also offers a pork chop stir-fry recipe, which combines onion, garlic and stir-fry vegetables with a soy sauce, honey, red pepper flakes, ginger and sesame seed sauce. From start to finish, this recipe takes 25 minutes.
Prevention magazine lists a kebabs recipe, which incorporates cherry tomatoes and pearl onions with a Romano cheese, Italian seasoning, garlic, salt and pepper breadcrumb-seasoning mixture. Prevention magazine also offers a pork stew recipe, which includes onion, garlic, diced tomatoes, carrots and potatoes flavored with balsamic vinegar and thyme.